Kunjal is a graphic designer, typographer with 18+ years of experience in strategic brand design, iconic graphics, interactive design, print, packaging and digital media. A dynamic collaborator with multi-discipline creators, she has an inventive approach to bringing stories to life, from concept to execution. After 15 years in Advertising and Corporate Design, Kunjal now designs for forward-thinking clients with a shared belief in education and social change at Northern Light Production. Passionate about design thinking, she believes that meaningful communication requires a deep understanding of the purpose and the audience. Some of her recent and on-going work includes designing digital interactive exhibits for Museum of Mississippi History, American Writers Museum, Dana-Farber, and the Tennessee State Museum.
Lauren joined the animation team at Northern Light in 2018. She's a certified BAMF with a background in fine art, graphic design, motion graphics, 2D animation and 3D animation. With a passion for visual problem-solving, Lauren tackles projects that are both creatively and technically challenging. This includes working on multi-media displays, projection globes, and VR experiences. In her spare time, she's an Associate Program Director and instructor at The Pixels and Polygons School in Newton, MA. Lauren has a BFA in Fine Art from Rutgers University and a Certificate in 3D Animation from Boston University CDIA.
Jonathan started at Northern Light interning as a design production assistant creating assets for interactive projects. With a passion for both film and design, JT, as he prefers to be called, contributes to the team as a graphic designer, camera operator, camera assistant, and photographer. He's currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Industrial Design at MassArt. There, he's learning to combine his love of design and film through virtual reality, augmented reality, and product design of filmmaking equipment.
James has been working at Northern Light since 2012, during which time his work in character animation and motion graphics have been featured in numerous museum exhibits in the U.S. and Canada. His most recent work includes motion graphics for the American Writers Museum, the First Division Museum, and the Canadian Museum of History. James is passionate about fictional storytelling and is working on an animated series for the web called Z-Boy with his partner Zoë. A graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and Design, he holds a BFA in Animation.
Eric joined Northern Light in 2010 and has brought a range of skills and experience to the team. In his role as Lead Animator, he's worked on numerous permanent museum installations and documentaries for television. Some highlights of his work include the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, the San Juan National Historic Site in Puerto Rico, the Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, New York, and the Canadian History Hall in Quebec, Canada. Eric holds a BA in New Media from the University of Maine and a Certificate in 3D Animation from the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts.